Element 115 & Nuclear Reactions
"The reactor uses a fuel that does not occur natually on earth. The fuel is a Super-Heavy, stable, element with an atomic number of 115 and does not appear on our periodic chart.
Element 115 has a twofold purpose: First, it is the source of a gravity wave that is unknown to Earth's scientists, the gravity A wave. Second it is the source of the anti-matter raditation which is reaction to provide power.
The gravity A wave eminates from the nucleus of element 115 and actually extends past the perimeter of the atom.
The propulsion system from the disk amplifies and focuses this gravity A wave to cause space/time to bend, much like space/time bends in the intense gravitational field of a black hole.
The ability to direct gravity to cause space/time distortion allows the disc to cross vast expanses of space/time without traveling in a linear mode at a high rate of speed.
Inside the reactor, the element 115 is transmutated to element 116 which is unstable and immediately decays releasing antimatter. The antimatter is reacted with gaseous matter which causes a total annihilation reaction, the 100 percent conversion of matter to energy. The heat created by the reaction is converted to electrical energy by a solid state, near 100 percent efficient thermoelectric generator. It is this energy that is used to amplify the gravity A wave.
This mode of travel is one of the two methods of propulsion used by the disc. In this mode, the disc's gravity amplifiers are in the "delta configuration" and are pulsed sequentially in a rotational pattern.
The above is from Bob Lazars "Interstellar Craft Poster".
Lazar further explained that the element 115 that is inside the reactor is bombarded with protons, which turns it into the element 116. That element decays releasing two antiprotons (anti-hydrogen), a form of antimatter. The antimatter is channel down tubes where it reacts with gas, and then undergoes the "Total Annihilation Reaction".
Lazar explains that we use Fision, and Fusion, in most of our nuclear reactions, in for example an atomic bomb. Fision: produces energy by splitting atoms. Fusion: fuses atoms, usually hydrogen to release more energy. The total annihilation reaction that takes place in this small reactor dwarfs the 2 just described.